Going further in time, England in the late 1960s is still learning how to deal with the success of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. A young man with an artistic soul is found working in a metal factory to make ends meet; this young man’s true passion is playing guitar. One day at work, a machine chops the tips of two of his fingers. Naturally, his world falls apart and his mind is filled with negative thoughts as he thinks he could never play again.
He attempts playing with the help of small plastic pieces attached to the stumps of his fingers. The pain felt when he tries to play as usual takes him to adapt the sound to his new aching fingers, instead of doing the opposite. The strings go looser, the rhythm turns slower, and the sound that is produced is deep, somehow scary. Tony Iomi is the father of heavy metal: dark, sombre, gloomy, powerful music that would, in one way or another, defy the 1960s reign of hippy colourful psychedelic music.
Changing dramatically, resulting in countless intertwined sub-genres, metal music has evolved into a prolific genre. The growth of metal music throughout Europe and North America was only a matter of time. During the 1970s, many other bands created doom music, bending its direction towards a more melodic or strident musical result. This occurred mostly in the United Kingdom and the United States.
As this music evolved mostly in the 1980’s, also did the gaming industry. More recently, many bands have collaborated in music-driven games in which the player may use a toy guitar as a controller. Online gaming was also affected by music, and vice versa. Even gambling games use music as a way to psychologically alter the mood of the player. Through music, there are ways to infuse a gambling game with the necessary emotion and motivation. There are many expire domains on this particular subject matter; even if a lot of information was lost, it eventually became easy to track.